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Baroque-Bolero - Baroque Music for Trombone and Organ

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Antonio Vivaldi | Johann Christoph Pepusch | Hannes Meyer | Joseph Bodin de Boismortier | Jean Baptiste Loeillet

"Thomas Horch spielt sein Instrument mit großer Beweglichkeit, in den ruhigen Sätzen ausdrucksgewandt und lyrisch." (Ars Organi)

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American Record Guide | 2/2001 | Barry Kilpatrick | March 1, 2001

Thomas Horch, principal trombone in the Berlin Philharmonic during Herbert von Karajan's final years as conductor, is now principal of the BavarianMehr lesen

Thomas Horch, principal trombone in the Berlin Philharmonic during Herbert von Karajan's final years as conductor, is now principal of the Bavarian Radio Orchestra. This is his second recording in only a few months. Many aspects of his first one impressed me, though his Hindemith Trombone Sonata was way too forceful for my taste (Nov/Dec 2000: 281). Here, on alto trombone, he plays transcriptions by 18th-Century composers Vivaldi, Pepusch, Boismortier, and Loeillet, as well as two 18th Century-style works by Hannes Meyer (b 1939). One is a sonata based on themes by Pergolesi. The other, Love Play Suite, is the most interesting piece on the program. The last of its five movements is an amusing 'Chorale-Bolero' that sets a familiar tune over the bolero rhythm.

Horch delivers pleasant, moderately expressive, technically polished recitations, but I am not moved or inspired by his playing. Nor am I impressed by his decision to include Vivaldi's Spring concerto from Four Seasons. The notes say Horch played it "with a twinkle in his eye", but it doesn't sound like he included it as a little joke. We all know how this piece sparkles when played on violin; this does not sparkle.

Horch's wife Ruth Vollert accompanies ably on the organ at Maria Konigan Church of Baldham near Munich.
Thomas Horch, principal trombone in the Berlin Philharmonic during Herbert von Karajan's final years as conductor, is now principal of the Bavarian

International Trombone Association Journal
International Trombone Association Journal | Volume 28 | Larry Weed | December 1, 2000

Formerly principal trombonist in the Berlin Philharmonic, and since 1990Mehr lesen

Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen dürfen wir ihnen diese Rezension leider nicht zeigen!
Formerly principal trombonist in the Berlin Philharmonic, and since 1990

www.arkivmusic.com
www.arkivmusic.com | 28.11.2000 | November 28, 2000

As the proverb goes, necessity is the mother of invention. And one briefMehr lesen

Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen dürfen wir ihnen diese Rezension leider nicht zeigen!
As the proverb goes, necessity is the mother of invention. And one brief

Ars Organi
Ars Organi | 44. Jhg - Heft 3 | Holger Brülls | September 1, 1996

Diese Paarung ist dann attraktiv, wenn sie ausgesprocheneMehr lesen

Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen dürfen wir ihnen diese Rezension leider nicht zeigen!
Diese Paarung ist dann attraktiv, wenn sie ausgesprochene

Das Orchester | 6/1996 | Diether Steppuhn | June 1, 1996

In Heft 10/95 (S. 67) dieser Zeitschrift war die neue CD „Posaune inMehr lesen

Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen dürfen wir ihnen diese Rezension leider nicht zeigen!
In Heft 10/95 (S. 67) dieser Zeitschrift war die neue CD „Posaune in

Musikmarkt
Musikmarkt | 30.10.1995 | October 30, 1995

Auszüge aus Vivaldis „Vier Jahreszeiten“ und weitere Werke aus derMehr lesen

Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen dürfen wir ihnen diese Rezension leider nicht zeigen!
Auszüge aus Vivaldis „Vier Jahreszeiten“ und weitere Werke aus der

Hörzu
Hörzu | Heft 33/1995 | September 1, 1995

Die Bearbeitung macht’s möglich: Posaunist Thomas Horch und OrganistinMehr lesen

Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen dürfen wir ihnen diese Rezension leider nicht zeigen!
Die Bearbeitung macht’s möglich: Posaunist Thomas Horch und Organistin

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Baroque-Bolero - Baroque Music for Trombone and Organ
article number: 95.437
EAN barcode: 4009410954374
price group: BCH
release date: 1. January 1995
total time: 61 min.

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Das Orchester
In Heft 10/95 (S. 67) dieser Zeitschrift war die neue CD „Posaune in Europa“...
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Ars Organi
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Mar 7, 2005
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Hörzu
Die Bearbeitung macht’s möglich: Posaunist Thomas Horch und Organistin Ruth...
Mar 7, 2005
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www.arkivmusic.com
As the proverb goes, necessity is the mother of invention. And one brief look at...
Mar 7, 2005
Review

International Trombone Association Journal
Formerly principal trombonist in the Berlin Philharmonic, and since 1990 first...
Mar 7, 2005
Review

Musikmarkt
Auszüge aus Vivaldis „Vier Jahreszeiten“ und weitere Werke aus der Zeit des...
Mar 7, 2005
Review

American Record Guide
Thomas Horch, principal trombone in the Berlin Philharmonic during Herbert von...

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